Mohamed H. Nabulsi, Esq


The recent uptick in False Claims Act investigations explained

The rise is related to the HRSA Uninsured Program.

Deborah M. Shlian, MD, MBA


Women continue to make gains in medicine, but much work remains to be done

Author points to lack of women in leadership roles throughout the industry as a major area in need of improvement.

Rosanna Guardavaccaro


Financial literacy can help the medical community

The public generally does not think of physicians as being financially stressed, but in many instances that is the case.

Samuel Giordano, MD


Passive real estate investment: The benefits for physicians

How passive real estate investing can help physicians earn income and a better state of mind.

Summerpal Kahlon, MD


The COVID Reset: Reimagining health care delivery and reimbursement

Pandemic shows how value-based care can benefit everyone

Troy Trygstad, PharmD, PhD, MBA


We must use the vaccination infrastructure we already have

Pharmacy and Primary Care have been dramatically under-allocated COVID-19 vaccinations when compared to influenza distribution and administration.

Joe Nicholson, DO


Reduce the risk of moving toward risk

Experienced partners can help guide organizations through the quality contract options that best match their strengths and goals.

Ronald Grifka, MD


Five trends for health systems in 2023

Adaptability and flexibility will be needed to deal with for challenges next year.

Andreas Stargard, Esq.


Why antitrust enforcement will matter to your practice in 2021 and beyond

There are some persuasive incentives for your practice to consider implementing or reviewing its antitrust compliance right now.

Lulu Zappy


Business resolutions for health care business owners

The new year is an important time when many business owners hit the refresh button and look for opportunities to change and improve their practice or company.

Max Schloemann


Why you should prioritize billing & coding oversight

When a miscoded procedure is the result of substantial negligence or fraud, it can be detrimental to a medical practice or physician. That is why it is vital for medical practices to establish robust oversight, audit and remediation procedures that work to ensure accurate coding and billing.

Mary Caffrey


Confronting the Variance in Cancer Care Cost: An Interview With Donald M. Berwick, MD, MPP

Donald M. Berwick, MD, MPP, the former CMS administrator, discusses cost variation in cancer care found through the digital classification system the COTA Nodal Address.

Ashley Mitek


Tech innovation can mitigate physician burnout

The ongoing COVID-19 global health emergency has pushed physicians to a breaking point. But physician burnout has more to it than just the huge workload that COVID-19 has brought with it and the difficult decisions that need to be made.

Judy Stewart


Realizing a society free of vaccine-preventable diseases

The pandemic underscored the incredible power of vaccination.

Jade L. Bedell


Automated scheduling turns cancellations into revenue

You can revolutionize your practice and save money by using technology.

Charles Anastos


3 things to address to ensure a stable supply chain for your practice

Even as we begin to envision a post-pandemic future, continuing backlogs and unsustainable workarounds and rising international turmoil supply fresh evidence that supply-chain fragility is untenable.

Duane Feger


Embracing value-based care

Six strategies for profitability with new payment models

Leon Lerman


Cybersecurity poised to take center stage at HIMSS21

The increased volume of ransomware, data breaches and other attacks that started during the COVID-19 pandemic continues to threaten patient, data and medical device safety.

Brian Steele, MD


Fighting burnout through value-based care

Incentivizing doctors based on patient outcomes rather than volume alleviates many causes of burnout

Willy Leichter


The tech savvy physician: 3 steps to protect your practice from ransomware

A recent survey found that 73% of health systems, including hospital and physician organizations, reported their data infrastructures are unprepared to respond to attacks.

George M. Sanders, J.D.


How practices can negotiate with a competing hospital

Not all hospitals and physicians are locked in mortal combat from which only one will emerge. In many instances, it can be beneficial for independent physician groups and hospitals to work together.

Ryan Howard


Your doctor will (remotely) see you now

Medicare’s new rules created a $30 billion market overnight.

Kristen Backor, PhD


Transition into the post-COVID era: Evolving physician practices and expectations

For many physician practices, changes presumed to be temporary may become more permanent

Eric Galvin


In-home services will play a major role in primary care’s future

Aging population, escalating costs drive demand for care at home, but challenges remain

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